nasen will be increasing activity in Northern Ireland to provide support to all education professionals to enable them to identify and meet the needs of all pupils. This page will be updated regularly with news, resources and CPD opportunities for education professionals in Northern Ireland.
These resources are available to education professionals in Northern Ireland for free, however to access these and other benefits, you must register as a bronze member with nasen, this membership level is free.
Thanks to Laura McClure (Teacher, EA Language and Communication Service) this reasonable adjustments resource has been adapted to support educational practitioners in Northern Ireland. This set of resources may be used by school/setting staff to support them in detailing reasonable adjustments for the children and young people in their class/classes.
Thanks to Maria Diffin for adapting and amending this resource. Included in this package of resources are some tools which SENCOs in Northern Ireland may use to support teachers with the challenge of making reasonable adjustments for the pupils in their classes.
Latest news and updates:
Member blog: how nasen has supported me in my role as a Learning Support Co-ordinator in Northern Ireland
Do you spend your time as a teacher or Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo) / Learning Support Co-ordinator (LSC) wrecking your brain for ways to meet the diverse needs of pupils with SEND? Or how often have you Googled something that starts with “How do I…” I know I certainly have!
Let us know your thoughts:
To ensure we are producing relevant, effective resources and support, we would like to hear directly from practitioners in Northern Ireland, please do utilise the feedback form to let us know what information, advice and resources you would like to see nasen develop in the near future.